Oregon head coach Dan Lanning takes to the field with his team Nov. 26 at Reser Stadium in Corvallis.

Two elite quarterbacks, two depleted defenses and two teams looking to earn their 10th win before heading into the offseason. 

Those are just a few of the themes heading into the Holiday Bowl Wednesday night as No. 15 Oregon (9-3) and North Carolina (9-4) square off at Petco Park in San Diego.

The Ducks’ season began nearly four months ago with an embarrassing blowout loss to No. 1 Georgia, then was followed by eight straight wins before losing two of their final three games by a combined seven points to bitter rivals Washington and Oregon State.

Now, a month since its last game, Oregon returns to the field one last time in 2022 with a team that looks significantly different than when it last played but with the same expectation of success.





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